We’ve got a great recipe for a spicy link sausage to share with you. A number of years ago I discovered making my own sausage– Italian, spicy pork, and a chicken sausage as well as a few others. To say I had such fun making these (as well as eating them) would be an understatement. I don’t know why but I really enjoy experimenting in the kitchen and it’s so simple with savory dishes. Add a touch of this, a sprinkle of that… a pinch here and there makes life more interesting, don’t you think? As your palate experiences different flavors it just gets easier to expand and perfect recipes to your own taste. Let’s face it- cooking should be a fun and creative outlet. Continue reading
The Italian meat sauce in this spaghetti dish will make you feel like you’re in the old country. Add garlic toast, salad and your favorite beverage (I enjoy a dry red wine with this) and you have a hearty meal.
I like to say this is how I enticed Will to be my husband as this is one of his favorite dishes. I was trying to remember how long I’ve been making this recipe. I think I was about ten and because it was one of my favorite pasta dishes I asked my mother to teach me. Over the years I’ve made small changes that have made it better (sorry Mom). As I grew up and my palate
My father grew up on a farm in Kansas, one of twelve children. I can’t even imagine meals at my grandparents home. He was a pilot in WWll and when he left the military he went to college, married, you know how it all goes… However, through all that there remained a little of his upbringing, as with us all. One of the dishes he brought with him from his childhood was panhas. When he announced he was going to make this farm-style staple I for one loved it and we knew a big breakfast was in our future…eggs, bacon, orange juice, hash browns and fried panhas.
I know, not a breakfast for the weak at heart. Did you get the pun there? Weak at heart? Anyway, after doing some research I discovered it had another name- scrapple. Neither evokes